Borderline personality disorder, but not euthymic bipolar disorder, is associated with a failure to sustain reciprocal cooperative behaviour: implications for spectrum models of mood disorders.

@article{Saunders2015BorderlinePD,
  title={Borderline personality disorder, but not euthymic bipolar disorder, is associated with a failure to sustain reciprocal cooperative behaviour: implications for spectrum models of mood disorders.},
  author={K. E. A. Saunders and G. M. Goodwin and Robert D. Rogers},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={45 8},
  pages={1591-600}
}
BACKGROUND Borderline personality disorder (BPD) and bipolar disorder (BD) have overlapping clinical presentations and symptoms - sources of persistent clinical confusion. Game-theory can characterize how social function might be sub-optimal in the two disorders and move the field beyond the anecdotal description of clinical history. Here, we tested the… CONTINUE READING